Senior World Championships 2021: the decision fell
The last Senior World Championships took place in 2019 in Helsinki, Finland, in a crowded arena. (Credits: Ice Galaxy)
The International Skating Union (ISU) cancels the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships 2021. Scheduled in Croatia from April 9 to 10, the long-awaited event will not take place due to the COVID crisis.
This is the second consecutive year that this competition has been cancelled. Indeed, if some junior teams had been able to compete in 2020, the seniors had already seen their Worlds be cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic.
Once again this year, the coronavirus, which rages in many countries and prevents many teams from training, will not allow this important event to take place.
The competition should have been held in the city of Zagreb in Croatia for the third time in history (after 2004 and 2009) from April 9-10, 2021.
It is now up to the teams to remain motivated and strong to prepare very carefully 2022 for the return of this important event... which will undoubtedly be an extraordinary celebration!